The Port of Los Angeles will consider a proposal for automatic, annual general rate increases on Thursday. Oakland will act on the plan next week. Long Beach deferred action until 2014.
Port of Oakland
13 May 2013
Officials at the Port of Stockton, Calif., hope to see barge service start May 16, several years after winning federal funds to build a marine highway connecting it and the Port of Oakland.
06 May 2013
Most, if not all, of the container lines that call at California’s ports are prepared to meet the state’s revolutionary r
01 May 2013
Dockworkers protesting the slow processing of medical claims picketed a terminal at the Port of Oakland Wednesday, one day after a similar action interrupted cargo handling at a terminal in Tacoma.
25 Apr 2013
Washington’s ports led the U.S. West Coast in container volume growth in 2012, according to the recently-released Pacific Maritime Association annual report.
19 Apr 2013
The Port of Oakland’s containerized throughput dropped 5.4 percent year-over-year in March, reaching 186,617 20-foot-equivalent units, including both laden and empty containers.
08 Apr 2013
Deborah Ale Flint, Port of Oakland’s acting executive director, will join the California state trade mission to China, which will be led by California’s Gov. Edmund G. Brown Jr. and coordinated by the Bay Area Council.
02 Apr 2013
Port of Oakland staff has provided a progress update on revisions to policy pertaining to members of the Oakland Board of Port Commissioners, including corrective steps to promote accountability.
25 Mar 2013
The Port of Oakland’s containerized throughput rose 12.4 percent year-over-year in February, according to data from the port.
18 Mar 2013
The Oakland Board of Port Commissioners has approved hiring a new Social Responsibility Division director and a new chief technology officer.
14 Mar 2013
The Port of Stockton, Calif., has selected SSA Marine to manage its terminal for the new M-580 Highway Corridor service.
28 Feb 2013
Canada’s West Coast container ports saw robust growth in 2012 while for the most part their U.S. counterparts stagnated or declined, according to analysis of each port’s published data. The result is that Canada’s share of total West Coast volumes is growing.